Remedial Massage Therapy

What is Remedial Massage Therapy?

Remedial massage is a form of therapy which aims to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or immobile. It is useful for a number of problems that affect the muscles, tendons and bones.

​Remedial massage is used to locate and repair damaged areas of the body and speed up the body’s own healing process. The pressure applied in this treatment can either be strong and deep or gentle and shallow, depending on the problem.
Increased muscular flexibility, increased blood flow, increased function are all aims of massage and essential for high performance.


 

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What conditions does a Remedial Massage Therapist treat?

Remedial therapy can help treat and manage the following conditions:

  • Lower back pain

  • Neck pain and headaches

  • Whiplash

  • Sporting injuries

  • Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

  • Occupation and postural injuries

  • Stress

  • General tightness of upper limb and lower limb 

FAQS

Appointments range from 30 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes depending on your availability, previous experience with massage, or how many problem areas you need addressing. 
Whilst GP's can and do refer to remedial massage therapists, you are not required to have a GP referral to make an appointment. 
Remedial massage therapy is covered by many private health insurance companies. We recommend you checking your policy to review your cover before intending on making a claim.
Remedial massage therapy is not currently covered by Medicare.